Deep in space : a ship is slowly moving. A big one. The kind of spaceship dedicated to transporting heavy cargo from a planet to another one. No life on his board. Everything is remotely controlled. By YOU.
The lading or freight of a ship or other vessel; the goods, merchandise, or whatever is conveyed in a vessel or boat; load; freight.
The goods for transport in any volume, and the type of service airlines provide to transport the goods. Exceptions: (a) Mail or other property under the terms of an international postal convention. (b) Baggage carried under a passenger ticket and baggage check. Unaccompanied baggage moving under an Air Waybill is cargo. See Air Freight.
Goods carried by a large vehicle, like a truck, train or ship.
Goods carried on a ship.
pl. cargoes) goods carried by a ship
Carrot equity Carry
The load of goods carried by a ship, airplane, etc.
Anything other than passengers, carried for hire, including both mail and freight.
Freight loaded into a vessel.
The storage and inventory space on a vehicle.
Goods, merchandise or commodities of every description which may be carried aboard a vessel, in consideration of the freight charged; does not include provisions and stores for use on board.
the lading of a motor vehicle.
Merchandise carried by a means of transportation.
Merchandise conveyed on a ship, airplane, or vehicle. Deckhand- Seaman who performs manual duties.
the reason a vehicle flies; stuff that is carried by a vehicle from its starting point (ground or on-orbit) to the vehicle's destination; can include satellites, bulk materials, construction components, or people
Freight loaded into a ship.
The freight (goods, products) carried by a ship, barge, train, truck or plane.
The freight carried by a vehicle.
Merchandise hauled by transpiration lines.
goods like wheat, coal or oil that must be shoveled, scooped, pumped or blown into a ship; any goods or merchandise transported in a ship, airplane or vehicle
generic name for freight and passengers, i.e. something you can transport
Also referred to as "goods", means any property carried or to be carried on an aircraft, other than mail or other property carried under terms of an international postal convention, baggage or property of the carrier; provided that baggage moving under an air waybill or a shipment record is cargo.
Goods being transported by rail, plane, truck, ship, or other conveyance, excluding the equipment needed to operate the conveyor.
The goods or merchandise transported by airplane, ship or vehicle.
The load, freight or burden of a vessel. Usually applied to goods carried on ships only. Common types of cargo include: 1) Bulk: Freight or cargo transported in mass. Not in packages or containers, e.g. grain or fertilizer. 2) Break bulk: General freight or cargo that are transported in units and not containerized, e.g. lumber or steel. 3) Containerized: Freight or cargo (usually breakbulk products) transported in containers and measured by TEUs (Twenty foot equivalent), e.g. manufactured goods, such as tennis shoes, clothing, etc. 4) Specialized: Non-containerized cargo, e.g. automobiles, cattle.
Freight for carriage by sea, land or air.
Cargo is the inventory space on the player's vehicles, carried throughout the Central Wastelands. A grid of squares makes up one cargo bay, though depending on the chassis there can be multiple cargo bays. Graphic icons represent cargo items. Many items only take up one square, while some take up two, four, or even six squares. Cargo is accessible inside of towns as well as in the Central Wastelands. Items that are the same â€“ most commodities, collateral items, and Trick and Trim materials for instance â€“ can occupy the same space (or "stack"), and have a number next to the icon to show how many are stacked. If a player has more cargo than the chassis can hold, additional cargo may be stored in a locker in town.
All freight, air express and excess baggage for which any tariff is charged. Cargo does not include mail and aircraft stores, or passenger baggage for which no charge is made.
Cargo space is a place to store things on a unit. The amount of weight set aside for cargo space is the amount of cargo a unit can carry. This cargo cannot be deployed during a battlefield game.
Goods being transported, such as the load of a truck or the goods being carried by a ship. The cargo of a ship does not include the equipment needed to operate the ship.
goods carried in a ship
The Sterling cab-forward Cargo truck, available with a 53" or 63" BBC, is the ideal truck for urban settings.
Merchandise hauled by transportation lines.
Cargo is a term used to denote goods or produce being transported generally for commercial gain, usually on a ship, plane, train, van or truck. Nowadays containers are used in all intermodal long-haul cargo transport.